Sitting at the layers

tegalalang

this is where all the rice for your Nasi Goreng comes from!

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The Tegalalang Vlog

in this video blog we explored the famous Tegalalang rice terrace. back in the days it was simply used to farm rice. Nowadays it is mainly a tourist spot. but why? because the layers of the rice fields are very aesthetic! The terrace are close to Ubud in Bali, Indonesia.

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My friend the goat

goat feeding

Hanging out with Garry the Goat. Hes a bit greedy but a cool guy though.

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The Senggigi Vlog

Is Senggigi Beach in Lombok a perfect spot worth to travel to? Rent a scooter and drove all the way to Senggigi beach and we were surprised when we arrived. Besides two bigger hotels like the Sheraton and the Kila resort, the beach is not overcrowded because of mass tourism.

The high plateau Brazil!

Hi everyone! A short blog about our first days on discovery tour.

At the beginning at our trip through the nature of Brazil we first spent 2 nights at a finca near a high plateau. Waking up within the jungle is kind of impressing!

We headed down the bumpy roads and made our first stop near a little waterfall just a 30 minute walk away from the car. On our way we passed by some nice animals that were worth photographing. It was heating up really fast, so we were happy to walk under the trees to our stop. The nature of Brazil never fails to impress.

Here some photos I took from the animals. 

The high Plateau

Later on we made our way down to the high plateau, walking in the midday sun. It was all worth it!

Birds flying around, a mesmerizing view hundreds of meters down the plateau and the quiet sound of the waterfall. An endless world, still untouched what makes this even more special.

As a refreshment after the walks under the burning sun we cooled down ourselves in a little lake. you could slip down the rocks in the middle of the waterfall, luckily nobody got hurt since the rocks were kind of sharp!

After swimming around and enjoying our afternoon we went back to our finca. Since it started to rain there was nothing more to do then chill out in my hammock.

The next day we drove to our next destination. This blog is coming up soon!

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Jardín Japonés Buenos Aires! Hablas español?

Jarín Japonés in Buenos Aires Argentina!

Buenos Aires is a vibrant and huge city. With its different neighbourhoods, parks, museums, shopping malls, cinemas, restaurants, bars it is a must do! I have stayed a total of 2 month there and had a blast.

You will find many places to relax for such a busy city. parks to lay down, read a book and forget about the traffic noise.

 

I would recommend you going in the morning, it will be colder and less crowded. In January February it can get 35 up to 40 degrees Celsius like 95 – 104 F.

One of the parks is called Jardín Japonés and he is located in the neighbourhood Palermo near Recoleta. You need to pay a little entrance fee but in my opinion it is worth it!

The Park was completed in 1967 and opened on the occasion of the visit of the Japanese Crown Prince Akihito and his wife Michiko.

Within you will find a Buddhist temple, a cultural centere, a restaurant, a greenhouse known for its collection of bonsai trees, and a souvenir shop.

There is a big lake in the middle of the Park with two red bridges. Beautiful plants, a little waterfall in the middle and a lot of fish swimming around. The park is home to a lot of typical plants of South America.

 

Palermo is the place to be if you are looking to party and have a fun night out with friends in Buenos Aires!  Also you will find parks like this picture, with beautiful flowers. 

Like always I will keep you posted! Thanks for reading my blogs!

With best regards David!

 

 

Ulun Danu Bratan Temple

ulun danu bratan

The Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is a Hindu watertemple in the heart of Bali, Indonesia. "Pura" means temple in indonesian. So in english: "Ulun Danu Bratan Temple". The temple is well known for its unique traditional architecture. the temple is built on a vulcan lake and the water of the lake is declared as holy.

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How to get to the Ulun Danu Bratan Temple?

The Temple is situated in the Center of Bali, Indonesia. It is built on the Bratan lake. It is 1200 m .a.s.l in the mountains of Bali. Rent a scooter, join a tour or get there with a taxi. there are plenty of parking lots next by the temple area.

pura ulun danu bratan

me in front of the dragon protecting the temple

Where to stay?

We stayed at a hotel close to the center of Ubud and not right in the jungle. There are tons of options. From Ubud we went on a tour to the temple.

Check it out here

What is special there?

The temple has its unique traditional architecture. The thin stacked roofs reach out to the sky out of the Bratan lake. The shore around the temple is stocked with beautiful flowers. There are statues of dragons which protect the temple. You can go on a boat trip around the temple for another perspective from the lake. The park next to the Pura Ulun Danu Beratan temple is also worth to stroll through. Trees, flowers and Statues. This spot is really worth a visit.

pura ulun danu bratan

bear statue

Posing with the statues in the Park.

About Bali

Bali is one of the Islands in the southern part of Indonesia. Mostly there is tropical warm weather on the Island. The Island has an airport in the capital city of Denpasar which is situated in the South of Bali. The most beautiful month on Bali is September and the Rainy Season lasts from the end of november until the end of march. Most people speak balinese or indonesian on the island. We travelled Bali for a month. We landed in Denpasar in the south of Bali and went up to the north. We stayed in places like Nusa Dua, Canggu, Ubud and Pemuteran.

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Bali travel

The Tegalalang Rice Terrace

tegalalang rice terrace

we explored the famous Tegalalang rice terrace. back in the days it was simply used to farm rice. Nowadays it is mainly a tourist spot. but why? because the layers of the rice fields are very aestethic! The terrace are close to Ubud in Bali, Indonesia.

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How to get to the Tegalalang Rice Terrace?

Ubud is situated in the center of Bali, more or less in the middle of the Jungle. Bali has its own airport in Denpansar which is 1 hour and 20 min car drive away from and to Ubud. From Ubud you will get to the Tegalalang Rice Terrace by Scooter or Car in just 20 minutes. There are several parking possibilaties, beware of coffee vendors trying to scam you. Watch the scam vlog here:

In Ubud you will find a lot of Tourism offices which offer a guided tour to the Tegalalang Rice Terrace. I can recommend to compare prices and the details of the tours.

tegallalang rice terrace drone

Where to stay?

We stayed at a hotel close to the center of Ubud and not right in the jungle. There are tons of options.

Check it out here

What is special there?

Those Rice terraces are in real ways to plant rice in Bali. there are several other rice terraces. The Tegalalang is simply one of te most famous ones. The layers of rice plantation makes this places so special and aesthetic. So it attracts thousands of tourists every month. between the rice plants is water and sometimes you can even see fishes swimming aroud in there.

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Exploring this amazing plantation site.

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Birds view on the Terrace

About Bali

Bali is one of the Islands in the southern part of Indonesia. Mostly there is tropical warm weather on the Island. The Island has an airport in the capital city of Denpasar which is situated in the South of Bali. The most beautiful month on Bali is September and the Rainy Season lasts from the end of november until the end of march. Most people speak balinese or indonesian on the island. We travelled Bali for a month. We landed in Denpasar in the south of Bali and went up to the north. We stayed in places like Nusa Dua, Canggu, Ubud and Pemuteran.

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Perfspots stands for Perfect Spots. My passion is to explore places I've never been before. While running a startup, i travel as much as possible. Here i share the Perfect Spots i enjoyed the most. Spots you can get a great meal, sip a coffee with a breathtaking view or experience an exciting adventure. learn more about the project.

 

 

Bali travel

The Gitgit Waterfall

gitgit waterfall

The Gitgit waterfall is the biggest waterfall in Bali. It is actually not just one waterfall. it is a river droping in several sections and forming a handful of different waterfalls. These are all called the Gitgit waterfall.

 

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How to get there?

The Gitgit waterfall is situated in the north of Bali. Bali has its own airport in Denpansar which is 2 hours and 15 min car drive away from and to the falls. The Gitgit waterfall is 2 hours car drive away from ubud. Rent a scooter, book a driver or take a taxi or an uber to get there. Arrived at the parking you'll walk a couple of minutes to the first waterfall of them.

gitgit falls

Where to stay?

We stayed at a hotel close to the center of Ubud and not right in the jungle. There are tons of options.

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What is special about the falls?

The taxi driver will recommend you to explore the Gitgit waterfall with a guide but actually it is easy to find the different waterfalls by yourself. From the parking spot you'll walk yor way straight to the first fall and then just follow the river for the other ones. One of the falls is the biggest in Bali but i actually enjoyed the "twin waterfall" the most because of its aestethics and its unique look.

This is me standing in front of one of the gitgit waterfalls.

How much does it costs?

You will have to pay your transport, a tour, a driver, taxi or scooter and when you arrive there is a fee to enter the falls. but its just a couple of bucks.

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The Iguazu Falls

Iguazu falls

This is me standing in front of the Iguazu Falls. or in Portuguese: Foz do Iguaçu.
in size the BIGGEST waterfall in the world!
The Iguaçu Falls or in Portuguese: Foz do Iguaçu is the world biggest waterfall. The waterfall is situated right on the boarders between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. Precisely there is an Argentinian and a Brazilian side of the falls.

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The tour to the Iguazu Falls 

There are different ways to explore this amazing place. Entering the park there are busses waiting for you which pick you up and brings you to a platform where you have an awesome view on the Iguazu Falls. This platform is right in front of the Belmond Hotel das Cataratas. From there you can walk straight down some pathways and stairs to the Foz do Iguaçu area. From this area a huge lift brings you up to the Restaurant's: a fast food restaurant and a buffet style restaurant. Or before taking the lift make sure to walk out the footbridge which brings you to the perfect spot right where the biggest Iguazu falls crash into each other. This spot is called Devil’s Throat.

Devil's Throat

the footbridge to the Devil's Throat.

How to get to the Iguazu Falls?

We went on a travel Bus from Londrina. It was pretty comfortable to sleep in the Bus for 7 hours and then we arrived. But you can easily go on a plane from São Paulo directly to the city of Foz do Iguaçu. There is a little Airport. Our stay was in the city of Foz do Iguaçu too, you don’t need to stay in park itself. From the City you can easily get to the park and the Iguazu Falls with public transportation.

Foz do Iguaçu

Kings Park in Perth

Kings Park in Perth, Australia

Kings Park is situated on a hill. you get there with the free Catbus (take the green line from Elizabeth quay). Nature, the Botanic Garden and a beautiful view over the whole city. Perth was the first city we've visited in Australia! We take you around, show you the perfect spots and of course where you have the best view on this beautiful city!

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